KJV Dictionary Definition: plenteous
PLEN'TEOUS, a. from plenty. Abundant; copious; plentiful; sufficient for every purpose; as a plenteous supply of provisions; a plenteous crop.
1. Yielding abundance; as a plenteous fountain.
The seven plenteous years. Gen.41.
2. Having an abundance.
The Lord shall make thee plenteous in goods. Deut.28.
3. Possessing in abundance and ready to bestow liberally.
This word is less used than plentiful.
PLEN'TEOUSLY, adv. In abundance; copiously; plentifully.
PLEN'TEOUSNESS, n. Abundance; copious supply; plenty; as the seven years of plenteousness in Egypt.